Carl Fisher, vice president of business development at L3 Maritime Systems, discusses the company’s hybrid electric drive (HED) program with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian during the 29th Surface Navy Symposium in Arlington, Virginia.
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Mark Rios, director of business development for Atlas North America, discusses unmanned underwater and surface vehicles as well as the company’s smaller sonars with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian. The interview was conducted at the Surface Navy Association’s annual symposium and trade show Jan. 10-12, 2017, in Arlington, Va. The Defense & Aerospace Reporters coverage of the SNA conference is sponsored by Raytheon.
General Dynamics NASSCO’s Tom Wetherald discusses its US Coast Guard icebreaker and US Navy ship programs with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian during the 29th Surface Navy Association Symposium in Arlington, Virginia.
Capt. (Select) Kristian Haumann, Royal Danish Navy, commanding officer of HDMS Peter Willemoes, discusses the capabilities and attributes of Denmark’s Iver Huitfeldt-class frigates with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian. Denmark built three of the multipurpose ships that accommodate easily changed mission modules for about $325 million each. The frigates displace 6,600 tons, have a range of more than 9,000 miles at 18 knots and are built to NATO warships standards.
On Dec. 23, 1783, George Washington resigned as leader of the Continental Army during a…
James Appathurai, NATO Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs and Security Policy, and NATO Special Representative to the Caucasus and Central Asia, discusses US President-elect Donald Trump, Russia, defense spending, the EU and more to Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian during the 2016 Halifax International Security Forum.
Slawomir Debski discusses the election of Donald Trump as US president and how Poland is reacting during a Nov. 19 interview with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian at the 2016 Halifax International Security Forum in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
On Oct. 4, 1957 at 7:28 p.m., the Soviet Union launched Sputnik 1, the world’s first man-made satellite to circle the Earth, sparking a space race that spurred US advances in education and technology that a dozen years later landed a man on the Moon. According to NASA, the cosmic bundle of joy weighed in at 83.6 kilograms and measured 58 centimeters tall. Sputnik reportedly soared at 28,980 km/hr, according to Soviet math, the Museum of Flight writes.